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With a paint-splattered reflective vest and a pair of gloves that look like Jackson Pollock designed them, John Provetto walks up the pedestrian bridge near West 235th Street to reverse engineer a … more
If God really exists, he/she (sorry, don’t know the pronoun) must have been a very nice person since he created this paradise called Earth for us puny little humans. more
Lehman College is going all-in Sunday when MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes returns to his part of the Bronx to promote his new book and help one woman bring a bookstore back to the borough. more
With a clipboard and checklist in hand, Laura Spalter inspects a step street at West 229th Street between Kingsbridge Terrace and Sedgwick Avenue, … more
Tenants at 500 W. 235th St. have been living without gas for months, and one local elected official blames the landlord.  more
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been a disaster for America, especially when it comes to our amazing institutions like our health insurance companies. more
By Sura Jeselsohn Special to The Riverdale Press Magic does not happen very often, but sometimes the familiar is radically and splendidly transformed. Once again, the New York Botanical … more
Parents have said the city’s education department has not provided easy access to information about gifted and talented programs. A new bill that will eventually go before city council would … more
Most people know the major headlines and stories that dominated the Cold War: Vietnam, the fall of the Berlin Wall, even the Bay of Pigs invasion.  But what was it like to be tasked with … more
On “Tax Day” (April 15), there were marches all over the country demanding that President Trump make public his income tax returns. more
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